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Most ILO field operations engage directly with enterprises in some capacity, although the extent of such engagement varies considerably between regions and countries. (...) In Central Africa, the level of direct engagement with enterprises is also low, and to date most engagement has been indirect via efforts to strengthen the technical and institutional capacity of employers’ organizations. (...) In South Asia, engagement with enterprises is generally increasing.
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Score: 365032.64 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_545501.pdf
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This section of the document outlines the strategy and plan for the engagement of safety stakeholders in the MID Region. 2.1 Why do we need engagement? The need for enhanced safety stakeholders’ engagement is three-fold; • Benefits for Stakeholders 1. (...) Virtual meetings will be used to compensate for face-to-face meetings where possible. Page 5 RASG-MID Engagement Strategy 3 MONITORING OF EFFECTIVENESS 3.1 How to assess engagement and effective communication?
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Score: 364816.63 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2015/RSC4/WP15.pdf
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This section of the document outlines the strategy and plan for the engagement of safety stakeholders in the MID Region. 2.1 Why do we need engagement? The need for enhanced safety stakeholders’ engagement is three-fold; • Benefits for Stakeholders 1. (...) Virtual meetings will be used to compensate for face-to-face meetings where possible. Page 5 RASG-MID Engagement Strategy 3 MONITORING OF EFFECTIVENESS 3.1 How to assess engagement and effective communication?
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Score: 364547.5 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2016/RASG-MID5/WP16.pdf
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Engaged Not Engaged Actively Disengaged Engaged Not Engaged Actively Disengaged World 15% 67% 18% Global Levels of Engagement (2014-2016 aggregated) 4 Copyright © 2017 Gallup, Inc. (...) Japan Actively Disengaged 24% Engaged 6% Not Engaged 70% Engagement Ratio: 1:4 Japan Engagement Ratio: 4:1 The Bottom-Line Impact of Gender Diversity and Engagement Business units that are gender divers have better financial outcomes than those dominated by one gender, Gallup research show. (...) Retail: Average Comparable Revenue Hospitality: Average Quarterly Net Profit Units above the median on gender diversity (more diverse) 5.24% $16,296 Units below the median on gender diversity (less diverse) 4.58% $13,702 Units above the median on gender diversity and engagement (more diverse and more engaged) 5.76% $18,283 Units below the median on gender diversity and engagement (less diverse and less engaged) 3.95% $11,563 Ten Steps Toward an Exceptional Workplace Review your performance management systems.
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Score: 364162.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_558094.pdf
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Engaged Not Engaged Actively Disengaged Engaged Not Engaged Actively Disengaged World 15% 67% 18% Global Levels of Engagement (2014-2016 aggregated) 4 Copyright © 2017 Gallup, Inc. (...) Japan Actively Disengaged 24% Engaged 6% Not Engaged 70% Engagement Ratio: 1:4 Japan Engagement Ratio: 4:1 The Bottom-Line Impact of Gender Diversity and Engagement Business units that are gender divers have better financial outcomes than those dominated by one gender, Gallup research show. (...) Retail: Average Comparable Revenue Hospitality: Average Quarterly Net Profit Units above the median on gender diversity (more diverse) 5.24% $16,296 Units below the median on gender diversity (less diverse) 4.58% $13,702 Units above the median on gender diversity and engagement (more diverse and more engaged) 5.76% $18,283 Units below the median on gender diversity and engagement (less diverse and less engaged) 3.95% $11,563 Ten Steps Toward an Exceptional Workplace Review your performance management systems.
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Score: 364162.9 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_558094.pdf
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Was UNECE successful in engaging with the private sector? In what ways? 13. (...) What factors, tools or strategies contributed to engagement with the private sector and what factors inhibited this engagement? (...) All relevant EXCOM decisions and approved documents, including the UNECE Framework for the Engagement with the business sector; iii. Case study examples of private sector engagements; iv.
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Score: 364148.41 - https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2021-11/TOREVA~1.PDF
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It may not be practical or necessary to engage with all stakeholder groups with the same level of intensity all of the time. (...) Prioritizing stakeholder engagement should be directly informed by your analysis of stakeholders. Those with a high level of influence may be prioritized to engage with at the outset of the implementation process.
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Score: 363983.42 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...h/stakeholder-mapping-tool.pdf
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Contents Synopsis Introduction Aim and approach Section 1 What do we mean by digital civic engagement by young people? • Box: Definitions of digital civic engagement, digital citizenship and digital literacy • Focus question: Why is digital civic engagement by young people important? (...) Conclusion 3 Account for blended contexts. Digital engagement is contiguous with, complementary to, and inseparable from offline engagement. (...) Consider how digital civic engagement can drive youth participation in more traditional forms of civic engagement.
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Score: 363714.06 - https://www.unicef.org/globali...ital-civic-engagement-2020.pdf
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There is a business case for engagement; by preparing for and responding to emergencies, businesses can ensure that their operations will not be severely affected by emergencies. In addition, engagement in humanitarian action ensures an increase in staff engagement and satisfaction, strengthening of community resilience, prosperity and sustainable development as well as building of relationships with communities. (...) Motivate staff: Businesses report that one of the biggest incentives for engaging in humanitarian action is to motivate their employees.
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Score: 363604.25 - https://www.unocha.org/taxonomy/term/595/feed
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Viola Krebs, Director, ICVolunteers - "Citizen engagement through cybervolunteerism: the example of E.TIC.net in Senegal and Mali" (Switzerland) Presentation Mr. (...) Prachi Sharma, CEO, Samin Tekmindz - "Existing citizen engagement trends within e-government” (India) Open discussion 15:30-17:00 SESSION Three – New technologies & citizen engagement: Perspectives of non government stakeholders   Moderator: Slava Cherkasov , DPADM/DESA   Panelists: Mr. (...) Endrit Kromidha, PhD Researcher, Royal Holloway, University of London – “E-Government frameworks and opportunities toward better stakeholders’ engagement” (Romania) Presentation Open discussion 11:00-11:300 COFFEE BREAK 11:30-13:00 SESSION Five - Creating an Action Agenda for better citizen engagement through ICT for development   Moderator: Dr.
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Score: 363590.65 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i...010/forum/geneva/tw/tw_12.html
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